2000 Women's Five Nations Championship

2000 Women's Five Nations Championship

The 2000 Women's Five Nations Championship was the second Women's Five Nations Championship and was won by England, who achieved the Grand Slam. Spain took part for the first time, replacing Ireland.


2000 Women's Five Nations Championship
2000-02-04 - 2000-04-01
No. of nations 5
Champions  England
Runner-up  France
Matches played 10

Final table

Position Nation Games Points Table
points
played won drawn lost for against
1  England 4 4 0 0 170 24 8
2  France 4 3 0 1 83 46 6
3  Spain 4 2 0 2 53 88 4
4  Scotland 4 1 0 3 61 99 2
5  Wales 4 0 0 4 32 132 0

Results

[261]
2000-02-04 Wales  10-27  France Swansea [43/57/3]
[262]
2000-02-06 England  31-7  Spain Banbury [56/25/4]

[263]
2000-02-18 France  8-24  England Massy, Paris [58/57/10]
[264]
2000-02-18 Spain  13-9  Scotland Murcia [26/42/4]

[266]
2000-03-05 England  51-0  Wales Newbury [58/45/15]
[267]
2000-03-06 Scotland  7-10  France Edinburgh [43/59/4]

[268]
2000-03-18 France  38-5  Spain Dax [60/27/8]
[269]
2000-03-19 Wales  12-36  Scotland Caerphilly [46/44/8]

[270]
2000-04-01 Scotland  9-64  England Edinburgh [45/59/8]
[271]
2000-04-01 Spain  18-10  Wales Majadahonda, Madrid [28/48/3]

See also

External links

  • The official RBS Six Nations Site
Preceded by
Women's five nations 1999
Women's Five Nations Championship
2000
 England
Succeeded by
Women's five nations 2001